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Working within our State and Local region to further young farmers and Sustainable Farming is of paramount importance to us. These are just some of the affiliations we belong to or partnerships we have formed along the way.

American Seed Alliance

Our Mission: To have a garden of some sorts in every home in America! To make sure no child goes to bed hungry! To bring America back to its roots! Here at American
Seed Alliance we strive to pass our heritage along so that future generations don't inherit the problems we have created.

Fork and Bottle

A great Sonoma County, CA resource for all things food and gardening, Fork and Bottle sums it up this way: "Perhaps we're best described as treasure hunters; seeking out new foods, drinks, wines, cheeses, etc., and boldly going where other gastronauts may not have gone yet."

California Climate & Agriculture Network

The California Climate and Agriculture Network (CalCAN) is a coalition that advances policy solutions at the nexus of climate change and sustainable agriculture.

Eco Farm Ecological Farming Association

The Ecological Farming Association nurtures healthy and just farms, food systems, communities and our environment by bringing people together for education, alliance building and advocacy.


We co-host the Bioneers Seed Exchange. See you there!

Partners for Sustainable Pollination

Pursuing collaborative approaches between farmers, growers, beekeepers and scientists to develop ways to improve health of honey bees in pollination services and support native pollinators.

Community Alliance with Family Farmers

Our mission is to build a movement of rural and urban people to foster family-scale agriculture that cares for the land, sustains local economies and promotes social justice.

Veggielution Urban Farming Project

Veggielution empowers youth and adults from diverse backgrounds to create a sustainable food system in San Jose. Our urban farm engages the community by providing access to healthy and local food, creating youth leadership opportunities, and developing creative solutions to social and environmental justice issues.

West County Community Seed Bank

A grassroots community seed bank that supports Sonoma County gardeners with free, locally grown, open pollinated, pesticide and GMO free seeds.

The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC)

A nonprofit education center and organic farm in Northern California’s Sonoma County. Funded in 1994 by a group of biologists, horticulturists, educators, activists, and artists seeking innovative and practical approaches to the pressing environmental and economic crises of our day.

The Ecology Center of San Francisco

Planting edible gardens for schools and residents here in San Francisco, while providing education about the unsustainable practices of our current food systems, over consumption habits, and how making a connection with the earth through your garden can help change that and make our lives, and the lives of those around us, healthier and more sustainable.

Harvest for the Hungry

Harvest for the Hungry Garden delivers organically grown produce each week to four local hunger programs: FISH of Santa Rosa; The Living Room, a drop-in center for homeless women and children; Elisha's Pantry, and Food For Thought AIDS Food Bank. Each year we harvest approximately 10,000 lbs of fresh produce (tomatoes, carrots, beets, squash, fruit, lettuce, greens, onions and garlic) all grown on a 3/4 acre lot behind Christ Church United Methodist.

Sustainable Food and Gardening Festival

It is about anything and everything you may need to grow your own food.  Buy it from a local farmer or have local food served to you. Held April 24th. We will see you there!

Home Garden Seed Association

The Home Gardening Seed Association (HGSA) is a member-driven organization made up of garden seed packet companies, seed growers for the packet trade and allied vendors. Organized in 2008, our membership is committed to promoting gardening from seed.

Comments on Affiliations

Laura 01-02-2012 06:21 PM
Hey, found your site through FB tonight. We are vegetable gardeners using my Father in Law's seeds that have been passed down. We have always helped him every summer, but now he is too old, (82) We had a best garden last year and used NO pesticides!! I think we are getting a well balanced soil, composting horse manure and hay, kitchen scraps, etc. and using cover crops. We will be ordering some seeds that we don't currently have. I like that you are a family business. Good planting:)
Savanah 12-15-2010 05:41 PM
Hey John,

This web site ROCKS! you guys are dong great things.

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